Blackberries, blueberries, seedless table grapes, muscadines and figs - oh my! Pick-your-own or buy pre-picked nutritious fruits right on the front porch of the old tenant house at The Happy Berry Farm. This Southern charmer is located on the eastern shore of Lake Keowee in Pickens County, South Carolina.
U-pick is typically available June through September, and as you pick grazing is encouraged since there's no better way to learn about a ripe berry! But if you do graze, you can atone by contributing to the "Sin Bucket" as you take your leave. So stop by the Happy Berry for a fun time and fresh, high quality berries in the marvelous outdoors!
From Clemson SC take Highway 133 towards Six Mile to Hwy 183; turn left go about a mile and turn right on Gap Hill Rd and in 0.9 miles turn right into the farm.
From Greenville take highway 183 through Pickens. About 8 miles west of Pickens you will tur
Days and Hours of Operation
M-F 8am-dusk; Sa 8am-6pm
Days and Holidays Closed
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